byGermer, Adolph; Socialist Party (U.S.).; National Executive Committee.
Report delivered to the Conference of State Secretaries and Socialist Officials, Chicago. Published as a pamphlet by the Socialist Party. Copy in the SPA papers, Duke University. Topic: Socialism -- United States.
Plenum decides to move the Party headquarters from St. Louis to Omaha As published in International Socialist Review [Chicago], v. 3, no. 9 (March 1903), pp. 537-538. Editorial comments in first paragraph are by the publicatonâs editor, A.M. Simons. Topic: Socialism -- United States.
Manifesto from a group that tried to create an "Americanized Marxism" in 1934, before quickly merging with Cannons Communist League to form the Workers Party of the US HX89 Topic: Socialism -- United States.
Published in the Social Democratic Herald [Milwaukee], v. 4, no. 7, whole no. "159" (Aug. 17, 1901), corrected to the version published in The Workers Call [Chicago] v. 3, whole no. 128 (Aug. 17, 1901), pg. 1. Topic: Socialism -- United States
Published in The Social Democrat [Chicago], v. 5, no. 24 ( June 23, 1898), pg. 1. Grondlund defends the colonization-oriented Social Democracy of America, shortly before his death Topic: Socialism -- United States
Associate Protests Innocence of WIIU Leader Who Comes to Trial on Monday on Charge of Evading the Draft [events of June 22-28, 1918] Published in The New Age [Buffalo], v. 6, no. 322 (Aug. 3, 1918), pg. 4. Topic: Socialism -- United States
Includes the Communist Party of Americas manifesto and report to the Comintern, the Comintern manifesto, an Anarcho-Communist manifesto and a leaflet directed to US troops in Siberia HX61 Topic: Communism. Socialism -- United States.
Reports from the SPs of Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Wisconsin Topic: Socialism -- United States
As published in The Socialist Party Bulletin, v. 1, no. 2 (March 1917), pp. 8-9. The results of a referendum on holding a special national convention in 1917 to address World War I, among other issues. Topic: Socialism -- United States